The Wild Flower Society offers a range of grants to support botanical training and plant conservation.
We do NOT offer grants for wild flower meadow development or meadow seeds.
In 2023 we awarded grants of £3650 to ten wildlife trusts for botanical training, £1750 for wild flower activities for children and young people, and made grants of £1750 to research projects. Details of 2023 grant recipients are here.
For further information and queries, please contact Fay Banks, WFS Committee Member and Grants Officer. email@example.com
|Grants to Wildlife Trusts and similar organisations for running botanical training courses for their volunteers
|Grants to Wildlife Trusts and similar organisations for running botanical activities for children.
The Wild Flower Society also offers the Dent Award, an annual award of £50 available to a young person aged 11 – 18 who has been involved in a wild flower conservation project. We invite Trusts to nominate young persons for this award by contacting the Wild Flower Society’s Grants Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
|Wildlife Trust Young Persons Activity Form
|Grants for Research Projects
|Grants to support the publication costs of botanical books, for example, county floras.
|Please contact the Wild Flower Society’s Grants Officer email@example.com
|Grants for students on Field Studies Council courses. The Wild Flower society funds grants towards the cost of botanical identification training courses offered by the Field Studies Council.
|For information see: Field Studies Council
The Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) also offers Training Grants, Plant Study Grants, Science and Research Grants, and Publication Grants. Find out more at https://bsbi.org/grants